Democracy – Im Rausch der Daten“ (mp4) on December, 29th. The Cinema is in a walking distance of about fifteen minutes away from the CCH, near the University of Hamburg. There is no need to worry about the German title, the audio will mostly be mixed between English, German and other European languages and there will be English subtitles.
Following the screening there will be a Q&A-Session with Ralf Bendrath, one of the protagonists in the film and a staff member of Jan Philipp Albrecht, Member of the European Parliament.
The film captures the work of the chief negotiator Jan Philipp Albrecht, MEP, and Viviane Reding, MEP, as well as other stakeholders and participants during their work in the conference hall, on the corridors and in debates with many lobbyists in Brussels. Who makes the laws in Brussels and how? Who tries to ensure which kind of interests? Director David Bernet gives an inside view into the political process about the new data protection law in the EU, a topic which concerns us all.
Abaton-Kino, Allendeplatz 3, 20146 Hamburg,
Film starts December, 29th, at 18:30.
Who already got a reservation (see below) can also go directly to the cinema, of course, here is a map with pedestrian route from the CCH to the Abaton cinema.
original audio (different languages)
English subtitles (OmenglU)
In front of the CCH, at the Fairy dust rocket at 17:15.
At 17:30 we walk together from the gathering point to the Abaton cinema.
Price: 8 EUR, for 32C3 visitors: 7,50 EUR.
To get the reduced 7,50 EUR price, show your 32C3 ribbon at the cinema’s cash desk.
We’ll also give a few free tickets to 32C3 visitors, favored pupils, students, etc. at the gathering point at the CCH.
Tickets can be bought directly at the cinema’s cash desk from now on or online.
Ticket reservation via telephone (Englisch and German): +49 40 41 320 320, Mo-Fr starting at 15.30 until nearly 22.00, Sa+Su starting at 13.30. Reservations have to be bought at the cinemas cash desk, at least 15 minutes before the film starts. Because of the queue at the cash desk, better be there 30 minutes before the film starts.